Question about Encore ENUCM-011 Webcam
Email systems won't accept large attachments, and video files are huge. The way I send video email is on mailVU.com. It is a free site and it allows me to record for up to 10 minutes and email to anyone. It streams from the Internet and there are no attachments.
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you should have a photo editting program on your computer. Windows comes with 'Paint' that will work nicely. You need to RESIZE the pictures before sending them via e-mail.
Open the photo program, find 'resize' option, then 'save as' a new file name.
It's poor etiquette to send HUGE pics as attachments. Your friends will appreciate a nice size photo that fits the monitor.
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